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Gates Sworn In as Defense Secretary

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Robert Gates is warning that US failure in Iraq would be a "calamity" that would haunt the US for many years to come. He spoke at his swearing-in ceremony at the Pentagon, where President Bush called him the "right man" to face the challenges of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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CS Man Arrested in Hit and Run Accident

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Part of Highway 6 in College Station was closed for several hours Monday morning while police reconstructed a major accident that resulted in one man being arrested. The accident happened just after 6 a.m. at the intersection of Rock Prairie Road and the Highway 6 feeder road.

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Former A&M Student Killed in Iraq

Updated: 12/18/2006 - A Texas A&M student who left the university as a freshman to join the Marine Corps has been killed in Iraq. Lance Corporal Luke Yepsen of Kingwood was killed Thursday. The infantryman was conducting combat operations in Al-Anbar province when he died.

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A&M Regents to Consider Naming Interim President

Updated: 12/18/2006 - As Texas A&M President Robert Gates prepares to become the nation's next defense secretary, A&M System regents are preparing to move on, as well. Regents are expected to meet Monday and name an interim president for Texas A&M.

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Funeral Services Held for Prairie View A&M Cheerleader

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Funeral services were held over the weekend for a former Prairie View A&M cheerleader. Family and friends gathered Saturday at a San Antonio-area church to bid a final farewell to Bethany Norwood.

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Break-In Leads to Ex-Boyfriend's Arrest

Updated: 12/18/2006 - An Austin man faces criminal charges for trying to break in to his ex-girlfriend's College Station apartment. Police say Manual Garcia broke a window at the woman's home in the Enclave Apartments on Holleman about 10:30 a.m., Sunday.

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Beck Street Extension Forces Intersection Closure

Updated: 12/18/2006 - You can expect delays at a Bryan intersection over a couple of days this week. Work crews will close the intersection of Beck Street and Palasota Drive on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Body of Missing Climber Found

Updated: 12/18/2006 - HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) - Another day of searching on Mount Hood has ended following a heartbreaking discovery. Teams looking for three missing climbers found a body after searching a second snow cave near the summit of the Oregon mountain.

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Wii Flies Off Shelves

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Long lines, and people camping out for some of the season's latest and greatest gaming systems, have become a familiar site this holiday season.

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Gates Says Good-Bye

Updated: 12/17/2006 - There are moments in life that most people will remember for a life time. The last graduating class of 2006 at Texas A&M shared one of those rare moments with a man they have gotten to know and love. Outgoing Texas A&M University president told the audience, "My work here is done."

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Ground Search Suspended in Oregon

Updated: 12/17/2006 - Scores of rescue mountaineers have been descending Oregon's Mount Hood, once again frustrated in their attempt to locate three missing climbers. The rescuers were trying to take advantage of a break in the weather. But visibility was limited by winds reaching 50 miles-an-hour, which kicked up soft snow dumped by recent storms.

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Bred For Late Night

Updated: 12/17/2006 - The David Letterman show came looking Saturday morning for a few furry guests to entertain his audience. The late night show held a casting call in the Brazos Valley on Saturday.

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Texas A&M Cadets Commissioned

Posted: 12/16/2006 - Along with their degree, several Texas A&M graduates received their ranks Saturday. 55 members of the Texas A&M's Corps of Cadets were commissioned during commencement exercises. The newly commissioned officers represented most of the branches of the armed forces.

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Christmas on Ice

Updated: 12/17/2006 - If your Christmas is missing the cold, you need only to find the Arctic Wolf. Megan Guynes, the Figure Skating Director at Arctic Wolf Ice Center says from the time you walk into the ice rink you'll know Christmas is in the air.

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Bryan PD Arrests Another Possible Predator

Updated: 12/15/2006 - Bryan police had to take a road trip to catch their latest suspected online predator. James Belviy was taken into custody Wednesday in Killeen. Authorities also seized two computers from Belviy's home.

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Gates: "Good Luck, Godspeed, and Gig 'em"

Updated: 12/16/2006 - Before Robert Gates heads to Washington, he sent a few Aggies on the next leg of their life's journey. During a pair of ceremonies Friday and for one Saturday morning, Texas A&M's president will hand out more than 3,500 diplomas to Aggies.

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Area Schools Cleared of Cheating Charges

Updated: 12/17/2006 - Area schools are among hundreds of Texas schools breathing a little easier after an investigation has cleared them of allegations of cheating on a standardized test. The Texas Education Agency announced Thursday that 592 schools have been cleared by a security company and their cases have been closed.

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Tax Election Set

Updated: 12/15/2006 - The fate of a Blinn College tax increase will be decided February 24. That is the date Blinn Trustees have set for the rollback election in Washington County.

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Passing On The Presidency

Posted: 12/15/2006 - One of Bryan's oldest and most successful manufacturing operations is changing hands. But it is staying in the family.

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St. Joseph Hosts Daily Doubles

Posted: 12/15/2006 - Visitors to the St. Joseph nursery probably thought they were seeing double. For a while Friday, the hospital was the home to a record tying five sets of twins.

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Two Indicted In Fatal Motorcycle Race

Updated: 12/15/2006 - Two men that court documents say participated in a deadly motorcycle race in June were indicted by a Brazos County grand jury Thursday. Hunter Konzen, 22, of College Station and David Svrcek, 23, were both indicted for causing serious bodily injury while racing on a highway.

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Pat Green, a Country Superstar on the Rise

Updated: 12/15/2006 - A country singer, Texas born and Texas proud, has found success in the music business. Pat Green grew up in Waco and is known for his brand of Texas county music, and even though he's selling out stadiums in Houston, Dallas, and New York City, he hasn't forgotten where he comes from.

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Coal Plant Hearings

Posted: 12/15/2006 - The mayors of Dallas, Houston and other cities opposed to building seven coal-fired power plants in East Texas -- have won the right to challenge them. But those city leaders Thursday failed to persuade two administrative law judges to slow the permitting process.

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Former Teacher Accused of Sex Acts with Fifth Graders

Posted: 12/15/2006 - Harris County prosecutors say a former fifth-grade teacher lured five of her male students into sexual acts in her classroom, at her apartment and in a movie theater. A judge set bail Thursday at 320-thousand dollars for 27-year-old Brandy Lynn Gonzales. She's charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and two counts of indecency with a child.

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